Our London - Living with Liz Fekete, Ash Sarkar, Aaron Bastani, Jumanah Younis (Sisters Uncut) and Adam Eliot-Cooper
In the run-up to the Mayoral and Assembly elections in May, Compass and Verso Books in association with Foyles, are hosting a series of conversations asking how could we organise our communities and our city differently?
One of the greatest aspects of living in London is its diversity, but at the same time racial politics are an ever-present fixture in the social landscape. Novara Media, Verso and Compass will be co-hosting a panel that focuses on living in London and some of the intersecting oppressions that increasingly define it. Novara Media's Aaron Bastani chairs the panel and is joined by Liz Fekete, Director of the Institute of Race Relations and author of the forthcoming Fault Lines (Verso, 2017), Jumanah Younis (Sisters Uncut), discussing the relationship between austerity and racism, Ash Sarkar, also from Novara Media, and activist and academic Adam Eliot-Cooper.
Coming up next in Our London:
30 March – Moving
6 April – Power
Venue: The Auditorium at Foyles, Level 6, 107 Charing Cross Road
Tickets: £8 full price, concession £5 (students & unemployed)
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